- City: National South Africa
- Country: South Africa
- Listed: April 26, 2018 1:00 pm
- Expires: 351 days, 20 hours
Make your own Soap – Commercial recipes: 30 formulations ONLY R499 no vat charged.
Work from Home business opportunity. Start at home in the garage or kitchen: Make and Sell your own Soap – – Commercial recipes for 30 Household Products. please see www.Ingredients.za.net — Household Detergents/Ingredients for the full list.
How to make High Foam Washing Powder,
How to make Liquid Hand Soap,
How to make Liquid Laundry Detergent,
How to make Low Foam Washing Powder,
How to make Fabric Softener
..and tons more, not just soaps.
The recipes are easy to follow:
Take product A and add it to B
Add C while stirring
Most of the recipes are even easier than this ‘how to make soap’ recipe:
(How to make liquid hand soap – we’ve removed the actual percentages, this is to show you a typical recipe).
|Sles 25%||Removed in sample|
|Empicol LX 28||Removed in sample|
|CDE||Removed in sample|
|Tego Betaine||To thicken product|
|Citric Acid for pH||q.s|
|Water||Removed in sample|
|Glycerine||Removed in sample|
- q.s. – Quantity sufficient (basically you decide – like the colour or smell of YOUR new liquid soap).
1) Charge vessel with water.
2) Add sles, Empicol and Glycerine and then the CDE
3) Stir thoroughly
4) Adjust the pH with citric acid to 6.8
5) Thicken product up with Tego Betain by adding slowly whilst stirring,
6) Add dye and fragrance.
And that is how easy it is: We tell you how to do the pH checking in the Support Documentation part of the book.
IMPORTANT: You get access to Elmarie, with 28 years personal experience, working in the Chemical industry, she supports ALL these products/formulae. Please note these are commercial recipes, working in South Africa every day. (Formulations with South African naming standards).
Please contact me.
Household Detergents – 30 Recipes (link with all the details)
Think about it:
Your market is enormous. Start in the catering market, everyone must eat every day and cleanliness is key if they don’t want the health inspector on their doorstep… With this work from home business opportunity you can sell your ‘home made goods’ to the industrial, domestic and commercial sectors. With the manufacturing of these consumable products, you can quickly have a loyal customer base that buy from you on a regular basis. Supply customers such as cleaning companies, franchises, hospitals, hotels, shopping centers, sports complexes – not to forget your local Municipal and then the biggest market – everyone living in your own town/area.
Everyone needs SOAP – So, supply them……. and then start with the next household product from the 30 recipes included in our eBOOK(with South African chemical names and Brand names, not some weird made up or overseas names).
Beware of recipes from other countries, since the raw chemicals differ in strengths and might not even be available in SA.
The work from home business opportunities team